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Re: is it "immature" for a 16yr to still be eating lunchables

Mar 14, 2007


Evil v2 wrote:


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food is food no matter what the packs saids



Your signature doesn't look like food to me

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Re: is it "immature" for a 16yr to still be eating lunchables

Mar 14, 2007


aragon416 wrote:
Its just food....What is so immature about that?



the fact that it has this stigma attached to it that only 5 - 11yr eat and not people older then those ages
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Re: is it "immature" for a 16yr to still be eating lunchables

Mar 14, 2007
Thats one case were you use the motto, "Whatever gets the job done".
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Re: is it "immature" for a 16yr to still be eating lunchables

Mar 14, 2007
Yes it is

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Re: is it "immature" for a 16yr to still be eating lunchables

Mar 14, 2007
dude lunchables are the bomb

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Re: is it "immature" for a 16yr to still be eating lunchables

Mar 14, 2007
no its not, when ever i get a chance ill buy my self a lunchable, they are good
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Re: is it "immature" for a 16yr to still be eating lunchables

Mar 14, 2007
No. Lunchables are delicious, but not verry filling.
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Re: is it "immature" for a 16yr to still be eating lunchables

Mar 14, 2007


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No. Lunchables are delicious, but not verry filling.



right, thats why its mainly only a snack for me
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Re: is it "immature" for a 16yr to still be eating lunchables

Mar 14, 2007
I think eventually they might have to market a more mature version of it to older people.
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Re: is it "immature" for a 16yr to still be eating lunchables

Mar 14, 2007
It's not immature, next time she's eating some Ritz crackers with cheese wiz or some sliced cheddar and meat (I make those a lot), ask her the same thing .  That's my version of lunchables, and I always have everything needed in my cupboards and fridge, makes a good snack.
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